Orcas..Dolphins..Nice or Naughty~?

~ - Photograph of an 'Orca", commonly known as the 'Killer Whale'..
@Jusred (1579)
United States
April 21, 2007 7:08pm CST
Always believed to be wild on the lower line of predaters..Yet some places are seeing an increasingly aggressive side to these creatures, such as Orcas, which are the largest member of the dolphin family. Dolphins, with that sweet squeaking we always see on Marine Park advertisments are much more aggressive in the wild then once believed..Even seeing patterns of them forming a hunting pack, such as lions/wolves, and stalking their prey with much cooperative intelligence. But their choice of prey itself has changed because of this, or what was believed to be their hunting/meal preferences, and they seem to be coming more aggressive with larger prey~ Any Comments~?
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@kgwat70 (13398)
• United States
22 Apr 07
I have heard that dolphins are not as nice when in the wild. Dolphins that are friendly are the ones that are in places like SeaWorld where they have been trained to be nice and friendly to people. I am not sure of what exactly they do in the wild but I have heard that they are more aggressive. They are not used to being around people, just other mammals. Dolphins are very intelligent mammals, both in the wild and in parks. I still love dolphins very much.